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hopes of millions of fans, Det. Elliot Stabler is coming back to the squad room. Christopher Meloni will revive the tough-as-nails NYC detective in a new drama for NBC, nine a show he once called “the millennium’s cultural touchstone.” The character—who, in a 2011 episode, ostensibly retired from the force after a tragic shooting at SVU headquarters—will head up a unit specializing in organized crime. No other cast has been announced, but Stabler’s wife, Kathy (Isabel Gillies), and one of his five children were slated to appear in ’s season finale (which never filmed due to the coronavirus pandemic), hinting that members of the Stabler family will be part of the story. NBC has ordered 13 episodes, making this still-untitled procedural the seventh scripted series from prolific producer Dick Wolf scheduled to be on air in the 2020–21 season.

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